Abstract. Collective problem solving is when groups of heterogeneous agents, with divergent interests, can come together to identify, solve, and act on problems of common concern --- sometimes better than they could be solved by any individual agent. This working group brings together researchers from computer science, statistics, psychology, political science and philosophy who have been dealing with facets of the problem for cross-fertilization and collaboration.
Collins Conference Room
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Cosma Shalizi and Henry Farrell